William Floyd High School recently teamed up with Long Island-based Carleton Clothing to produce and sell a limited edition “Floyd Strong” t-shirt to employees, which raised $2,500 to benefit Billy Floyd’s Closet, an anonymous resource to assist high school students in need with necessities like jackets, winter gloves, socks, toiletries and more.
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The New York State School Board Association (NYSSBA) recognizes October 19-23 as School Board Recognition Week in New York State. This NYSSBA initiative is an effort to recognize school board members for their commitment to education, and most of all, to the students and communities they serve as volunteer elected officials. School Board Recognition Week also provides an opportunity to promote awareness and understanding of the important work that board members perform for the students and families in the communities in which they live and serve.
Due to the election and the use of the high school as a polling place, the district is making Tuesday, November 3, an all-virtual learning day. As a result, students enrolled in Hybrid Group A will attend in person on Wednesday, November 4. Please note that this change of days is districtwide and for all schools. Faculty and staff will continue to report to work in person on both days. Please read full story for additional details and information regarding self-contained students.
Moriches Elementary School is hosting its 41st annual "Great Pumpkin" decorating contest! This year, the contest is all virtual and open to all elementary school students and their families in the district! This is the same contest that was started by retired art teacher Linda Tucci in the late 1970s!
Please fill out the survey regarding Stage II of re-opening and please note that families have until October 23 to make their Stage II selection.
Welcome to the website of the award-winning William Floyd School District located on the south shore of Long Island, approximately 60 miles east of New York City, with an enrollment of approximately 8,700 students attending ten schools K-12. The district provides tremendous opportunities for students ranging from science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Career and Technical Education, music, the arts, athletics, extracurricular activities and much more.